OKAPI Island to Host iSummit Keynote Webcasts

iSummit

OKAPI Island in Second Life will Webcast the live keynotes from the global iCommons Summit, which will take place in Kyoto, Japan, from July 30 (July 29 PST) to August 1 (July 31 PST), 2008. The iSummit brings together free culture communities from around the world. Visit OKAPI Island at times indicated below to participate in live events. Please note time zones!

Location of Okapi Island in Second Life:
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Okapi/128/128/0

More about iSummit ’08:
http://www.icommonssummit.org

Schedule Day 1 (July 30)

July 29 at 5pm Pacific Standard Time (July 30, 9 am Japan Standard Time): The Future of the Global Commons
An introduction to the commons, the iSummit and how you can help by Heather Ford

5:20 pm Pacific Standard Time  (9:20 am Japan Standard Time): The Future of Open Search by Jimmy Wales
Watch Jimmy broadcasting from Second Life

5: 40 pm Pacific Standard Time  (9:40 am Japan Standard Time): The Status of the Commons by Joi Ito

6:00 pm Pacific Standard Time  (10:00 am Japan Standard Time): The Commons in the Corporation: The challenge of raising awareness within media corporations by Mohamed Nanabhay

6:20 pm Pacific Standard Time (10:20 am Japan Standard Time): Housekeeping by James Cairns

7 pm Pacific Standard Time (11 am Japan Standard Time): Fun and engaging: Labs promote their sessions to participants by Lanon Prigge

July 30 at 2am Pacific Standard Time (Jul 30, 6pm Japan Standard Time): Ready to Share: Fashion and the Commons by Johanna Blakley

2: 20 am Pacific Standard Time ( 6:20 pm Japan Standard Time): Expanding Boundaries Of Fair Use Protection Under U.S. Copyright Law by Anthony Falzone

2: 40 am Pacific Standard Time (6:40 pm Japan Standard Time): Language as a Commons by Erin McKean

3 am Pacific Standard Time (7:00 am Japan Standard Time): Housekeeping by James Cairns

OKAPI WebcastingSchedule Day 2 (July 31)
July 30 at 6 pm Pacific Standard Time (July 31, 10 am Japan Standard Time): No License for these territories by Jamie King

6:20 pm Pacific Standard Time (10:20 am Japan Standard Time): Social Movements on the Commons by David Bollier

6:40 pm Pacific Standard Time (10:40 am Japan Standard Time): Collaborative Creativity -How innovation together has stood the test of time by Rishab Ghosh

July 31 at 3 am Pacific Standard Time  (July 31, 7pm Japan Standard Time): Free Culture and Free Speech- Why strong and vibrant free culture communities are important for freedom of expression by Rebecca MacKinnon

3:20 am Pacific Standard Time (7:20 pm Japan Standard Time): Enclosing the commons – for dummies- Creativity, Citizenship and Media Ownership by Adam Haupt

3:40 am Pacific Standard Time (7:40 pm Japan Standard Time): The Literacy Project- Encouraging Best-Practice Sharing in the Non-Profit Community by Jessica Powell

Schedule Day 3 (August 1)

July 31 at 6 pm Pacific Standard Time (August 1, 10 am Japan Standard Time): Keynote by Hiroaki Kitano by James Cairns

6:20 pm Pacific Standard Time (10:20 am Japan Standard Time): Collecting Societies- Mars Landing by Paul Keller

6:40 pm Pacific Standard Time (10:40 am Japan Standard Time): Open Content: The first decade by David Wiley

10:40 pm Pacific Standard Time (2:40 pm Japan Standard Time): Closing event- Farewell remarks and group photograph, with light refreshments by Kerryn McKay

More Keynote Information
http://icommonssummit.org/programme/keynote.html

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